Seawide holds ABYC certification classes

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Seawide Distribution recently hosted an on-site training program at its Seattle offices to help marine professionals in the area earn electrical certification from the American Boat and Yacht Council.

Sponsored by the Northwest Marine Trade Association, the training session featured two classes: an ABYC Basic Electrical course and an ABYC Electrical Certification course. All 12 individuals who attended the certification course passed ABYC’s 200-question exam.

At Seawide’s request, Charles Industries donated breakfast each day of the program, as well as $600 worth of gift cards for attendees.

The following companies, all in Washington state, now have ABYC Electrical Certified Technicians on staff: S3 Maritime, Berg Marine Surveys, Cap Sante Marine, Coastal Marine Engine, John Lee, MER Equipment, Miller & Miller Boatyard Company, Sans Souci, and Townsend Bay Marine.

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